Landrum & Brown

Charlie Landrum and John Brown formed Landrum & Brown (L&B) on January 1st 1949 in Cincinnati, Ohio. Charlie Landrum was an architect and engineer, while John Brown was a business and financial advisor – together they would pioneer aviation consultancy.

Our mission is to provide our clients with an unmatched level of service and advice across the full range of aviation planning and development disciplines. Our integrated services span master planning and strategy, airfield and airspace, terminal planning and design, environment, financial/business planning, ground transportation, commercial development and activation planning services.

Landrum & Brown Cincinnati, OH, USA
Aug 11, 2018
General Information The Environmental Analyst provides support to project manager and/or project coordinator to fulfill client needs regarding environmental planning.  Assures accuracy in data used for client reports and products. Presents data clearly via graphical or textual tools depending on intended audience. Completes tasks in an efficient and timely manner. Essential Functions Completes project-related tasks as assigned by project manager/coordinator (e.g.: data analysis, data presentation, and report formatting, etc.) Takes responsibility for any official/unofficial roles in which a special knowledge has developed (e.g.: GIS database and software maintenance, noise monitor maintenance, etc.) Maintains good communication with project team and colleagues from other practices Assists in coordinating the work of interns Performs other duties as assigned Educational/Technical/Experience Requirements The Analyst is an entry-level job.  Minimum four-year college degree.  Degree in urban planning, Geographical Information Systems, aviation management, or environmental sciences is most appropriate. Travel Expectations Spends on average less than 11% of time on business-related travel annually Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com